Internal SCSI Cable Kit

Regular price $49.95

Replace your Ensoniq EPS 16-Plus, ASR-10, or ASR-X floppy drive with a SCSI2SD unit, ArtMix, or ZipDrive, using the Internal Cable Kit. No more FLOPPIES, no more WAITING for loading, no more LUGGING around extra pieces of equipment.

It's easy to install - takes most users about 1/2 hour to an hour. The Internal SCSI Cable Kit comes with all the custom cables and instructions.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • Requires SCSI Interface to be already installed; click here for places to acquire the ASR-10 or EPS SCSI interface kit.
  • If you plan to use this with a ZipDrive, please be aware that the 16-Plus with an Ensoniq-made SCSI Kit (the SP-1 or SP-2) may not be compatible. Click here for more information.
  • The only functional drawback of an Internal Drive is that without the floppy drive you cannot format the SCSI Drive from the Ensoniq itself. The OS is setup so when you boot off the SCSI unit, the FORMAT SCSI DRIVE function does not show. It was supposed to be some type of safety feature.
    Workarounds include: finding an Ensoniq to format many disks at once, so you have them onhand. Or, if you have a ZipDrive on your computer (it doesn't have to be SCSI), you can download Chicken System's Translator Free program from their web site and format the ZipDisk to Ensoniq format on that.
  • The Internal SCSI Cable Kit works on all ASR-X models, all ASR-10/88 models, on all EPS 16-Plus racks, but only some EPS 16-Plus keyboards. The depth of some units is not enough to accommodate the slightly longer ZipDrive. Here are the dimensions if you'd like to check:
    • Width: 4.00 inches
    • Height: 1.00 inches
    • Depth: 6.50 inches

 

Download the EPS/ASR Internal Cable Kit instructions here; it refers to ZipDrives but it also applies to the SCSI2SD or other units.

Download the ASR-X Internal Cable Kit instructions here; it refers to ZipDrives but it also applies to the SCSI2SD or other units.

This was formerly referred to - since 1996 - the Internal ZipDrive Kit. We recommend using SCSI2SD instead of ZipDives currently.